Justin Quinn

  • No home to go to (No. 10)
    Milan Kundera and his Czech readers [review-essay]
  • Labyrinth of the revolution (No. 18)
    How the Velvet Revolution was shaped by the architecture of Prague – and why the revolutionaries never shot a bunch of Communists [essay]
  • Land clearance (No. 20)
    Landscape and memory in the Sudetenlands [essay]
  • The cabinet (No. 23)
    A house in Prague [essay]
  • Rockmen are we (No. 57)
    A famous school’s customs, myths and self-obsession [personal history]
  • Ghosts and Neighbours (No. 87)
    Unearthing the human and natural histories of a neighbourhood [essay]